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Grunley is the general contractor for the phased renovation of the 565000 square foot 13-story Lafayette Building. This federal office building is located at 800 Vermont Ave NW Washington DC. The Lafayette Building originally constructed in 1940 was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 2005. Erected during the Second World War the building ar- chitecture can be classified as Stripped Classical featuring light ornamentation and blending classical forms and high-quality materials from earlier periods with a mod- ern design approach. The building is named after the American and French Military Hero the Marquis de Lafayette. The scope includes but is not limited to a total refurbishment of the exterior faade and windows replacementupgrade of interior finishes preservation of significantly historic features and upgrade of all building mechanical electrical and plumbing systems including physical building security systems. The building will remain fully functional and partially occupied during construction. Tenants include personnel of the Export-Import Bank the U.S. Department of Veter- ans Affairs and commercial retail entities. The project is designed to achieve a LEED Gold rating. LAFAYETTE BUILDING MODERNIZATION Washington DC OWNER U.S. General Services Administration DATE OF AWARD September 2010 COMPLETION DATE January 2015 CONTRACT AMOUNT 86M ARCHITECT AECOM